Schweizer Announces €0.30 Dividend for 2017


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In the light of the comprehensive investments into the new high technology plant in China, Schweizer decided today in the framework of a Finance Committee’s Meeting to propose a dividend of €0.30 (previous year: €0.65) per share to the Annual Shareholders’ Meeting on June 29, 2018, subject to the Supervisory Board’s approval.

With this dividend proposal, the company intends to let its shareholders participate in last year’s business success in spite of the forthcoming investments for further growth. In future, Schweizer will increasingly develop towards a growth stock to consistently explore the excellent business potential deriving from the growth markets emobility and autonomous driving. With this strategic realignment, Schweizer’s management expects a disproportionate increase of its company value in the medium term.

About Schweizer

Schweizer Electronic AG stands for state-of-the-art technology and consultancy competence. Schweizer’s premium printed circuit boards and innovative solutions and services for automotive, solar, industry and aviation electronics address key challenges in the areas of Power Electronics, Embedding and System Cost Reduction.

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